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All the winners from the 2013 Fashion 2.0 Awards

Fashion 2.0 Awards host Robert Verdi; Style Coalition founder and CEO Yuli Ziv; Simon Doonan, Barneys New York creative ambassador at large - pic by Patrick McMullan

Marc Jacobs took the top innovator award at Style Coalition’s fourth annual Fashion 2.0 Awards in New York last night, an event dedicated to celebrating the best in communications strategies across digital media platforms.

Voted for by the public, the event also saw Jacobs taking the best Facebook title. Saks Fifth Avenue won two awards too: best blog by a fashion brand, and best website.

DKNY was named best Twitter for the fourth year in a row, while the Fashion 2.0 visionary award was presented to Rent the Runway founders Jennifer Hyman and Jenny Fleiss in acknowledgment of their “achievements in disrupting the retail industry and democratizing luxury fashion”.

Here’s the full list:

Pic courtesy of Patrick McMullan

Rachel is an award-winning business journalist specialising in fashion and technology. Alongside her work setting up and running Fashion & Mash, she regularly contributes to titles including Forbes, The International New York Times, The Daily Telegraph, Wired, The Business of Fashion, Fashionista, Mashable and more. She also acts as a consultant on digital strategy and innovation to leading retail and luxury brands, and a mentor to start-ups on the likes of John Lewis’ JLAB accelerator programme. She regularly speaks on such subjects at conferences around the world, including SXSW, CES, Web Summit and the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Rachel was awarded trade/B2B fashion journalist of the year by Fashion Monitor in 2015. She oversees the global #FashMash events including networking drinks, dinners and workshops. Rachel was previously based in New York as a senior editor for leading online fashion trade publication and trend forecaster WGSN, where she managed global coverage of the industry from a communications, branding and technology standpoint.